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Privacy And Data Protection: What You Need To Know In Case Of A No-Deal Brexit
The UK's new prime minister, Boris Johnson, has vowed that the UK will leave the EU on October 31, 2019.
UK
9 Aug 2019
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First Tribunal Case Overturning An ICO Fine For Sending Marketing Emails Without Opt-In Consent
In Xerpla Ltd v. Information Commissioner [2018] UKFTT 2017_0262 (14 August 2018), an English General Regulatory Tribunal has overturned a fine, issued by the Information Commissioner's Office against the direct marketing company..
UK
25 Sep 2018
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House Of Commons Publishes Briefing Paper On Brexit And Data Protection
The House of Commons Library, which aims to provide impartial research and analysis to MPs and their staff, has published a briefing paper on the impact of Brexit on data protection law in the UK ("the Paper").
UK
28 Jul 2017
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One Year To Go – European Commission Issues Statement On Benefits Of GDPR
This week, the European Commission's most senior voices gave an official statement promoting the benefits of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Andrus Ansip (Vice-President) and Věra Jourová (Commissioner) of the European Commission aimed their statement at all those who will be affected by GDPR changes, ..
European Union
1 Jun 2017
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Privacy Shield Details Have Been Revealed: Here's What Companies Need to Know
The European Commission has published its draft adequacy decision on the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, the proposed data transfer framework that would replace the defunct Safe Harbor program.
European Union
23 Mar 2016
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Now That Details Of The EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Have Been Revealed, Should Your Company Get Ready To Embrace It Or Avoid It?
The Privacy Shield looks set to place significant administrative burdens on its members in terms of EU individuals' redress rights.
Worldwide
17 Mar 2016
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Obama Signs Judicial Redress Act (JRA) – Another Step On The Way To Securing EU-U.S. Data Flows
President Obama signed the U.S. Judicial Redress Act into law on 24 February 2016, giving European citizens the same right as U.S. citizens to bring actions against the U.S. government if their personal data are misused.
Worldwide
8 Mar 2016
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Passage Of The U.S. Redress Act Raises Confidence In Privacy Protection For Transatlantic Data Flows
The U.S. Judicial Redress Act has been signed into law by President Obama. The move marks an important step in data transfer relations between the EU and the United States.
Worldwide
3 Mar 2016
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What The "EU-U.S. Privacy Shield," The New Safe Harbor, Means For Your Business
European Union and United States authorities have announced the "EU-U.S. Privacy Shield," a new transatlantic data transfer framework to replace Safe Harbor, which was invalidated by the European Court of Justice in October in Maximillian Schrems v. Data Protection Commissioner.
Worldwide
17 Feb 2016
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The CNIL Sets Expectations As To The ‘EU-U.S. Privacy Shield' And Starts Implementing Enforcement Measures In Case Of Safe Harbor Remediation Default
From mid-October 2015 until now, the WP29 has deeply examined the "practices of U.S. intelligence and the conditions under which it allows any unjustified interference to the European right to respect for private life and data protection".
European Union
15 Feb 2016
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Safe Harbor Re-Launched As The "EU-U.S. Privacy Shield" – But Doubts Are Already Raised That It Will Live To Survive A Battle
Following speculation that protracted negotiations had been in vain, an agreement on Safe Harbor has apparently been reached.
Worldwide
3 Feb 2016
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If Safe Harbor Is Dead In The Water, What Does That Mean For You?
The invalidation of the EU-U.S. Safe Harbor framework in October 2015 has created uncertainty for businesses that were reliant on the regime to transfer data to the United States, and has caused political shockwaves on both sides of the Atlantic.
Worldwide
25 Jan 2016
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The French CNIL Officially Requires The Use Of EU Model Clauses As A Quick Fix For Businesses Impacted By The Recent Safe Harbor Ruling Of CJEU – Companies Must Be Compliant As Of End January 2016
On 19 November, the CNIL released an article in order to provide companies impacted by the recent CJEU ruling on invalidation of Safe Harbor with guidance on the next steps.
European Union
2 Dec 2015
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Safe Harbor Update: European Commission Issues Communication Following Safe Harbor Invalidation – Safe Harbor 2.0 In Three Months?
On 6 November, the European Commission released a Communication on the implications of the Court of Justice of the European Union's (CJEU) decision in Maximillian Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner (Case C-362/14).
European Union
11 Nov 2015
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Round-Up Of Safe Harbor Guidance Issued By EU Data Protection Authorities
October has been a busy month for Data Protection Authorities in the EU. Following the Court of Justice of the European Union's judgment in Maximillian Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner (C-362-14) on 6 October, uncertainty ruled.
UK
2 Nov 2015
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U.S. Congress Passes The Judicial Redress Act, But Does It Provide Effective Redress?
In an uncharacteristically swift move, the United States Congress passed the Judicial Redress Act ("Act") on 20 October 2015.
Worldwide
23 Oct 2015
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The Article 29 Working Party Releases Statement On Safe Harbor
On 16 October, the Article 29 Working Party released a statement on the implications of the Court of Justice of the European Union's judgment in Maximillian Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner (C-362-14).
European Union
20 Oct 2015
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The Safe Harbor Ruling – FAQs And What Your Business Should Do Now
I'm Safe Harbor certified and have seen news articles reporting that "Safe Harbor is invalid". What does that mean?
UK
15 Oct 2015
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Safe Harbor Ruled Invalid By The Court Of Justice Of The European Union
Just two weeks after Advocate General Bot delivered his controversial recommendation that the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) should find the Safe Harbor Decision (2000/520/EC of 26 July 2000) to be invalid, the court has handed down its judgment in Maximillian Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner (Case C-362/14), following the Advocate General's recommendation.
UK
7 Oct 2015
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Unlimited Fines May Now Be Imposed By UK Magistrates’ Court Data Protection Offences
Since the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 (Fines on Summary Conviction) Regulations 2015 came into force 12 March 2015, the Magistrates' Court has had the ability to impose unlimited fines for criminal offences under the Data Protection Act 1998 ('DPA').
UK
7 May 2015
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